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“I would like to think people went away with an understanding that their local police and community partners are working hard to resolve many of the issues they raised. For example, we know nuisance behaviour in streets and open spaces is a concern and I hope I was able to reassure residents that police and other agencies are continuing to take positive action.”The opportunity for people to quiz the inspector was highlighted by invitation billboards which went on show in Upper St John Street as well as the supermarket car park. He added:
“I spent around three hours a day meeting and chatting with shoppers who all felt the opportunity to meet police in a relaxed and informal atmosphere was well worth it.”